The Still Mind is Master of Every Thought and Feeling

stillnessBy Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

Probably as my vacation looms (a five-day silent retreat), I seem to have an intense desire to be alone these days. I’m positively grumpy if I allow myself to be rousted from my cave.

If I need to go out, I feel deep relief once I arrive back at my flat.

I just want to be still.

It doesn’t concern me if it’s rational or not or if it fits with things or not. It’s imperative that I be still.

In the stillness, I can dive deeply into myself and find a sweetness of love that sweeps away all cares.

An hour later

In this higher-dimensional love, everything slows down. It’s possible for me to be still because love is entirely satisfying: There’s nothing outside love that I seek so no need for action.

I now see that stillness is not a place I need to get to. Stillness is my default. It’s the place I come from. Stillness is me.

I am still.

Stillness is the most natural state in the world. Stillness is the opposite of drama. The latter is like velcro; the former is like teflon.  Nothing sticks to the still mind.

This is the birth of my recognition of my natural Self as being a still Self. By extension my ascended Self must also be a still Self.

The Arcturians said we’d have to master every thought and feeling. (1) A still mind – for the time it’s still – is the master of every thought and feeling.


(1) “You will be called upon to master EVERY thought and feeling.” (Arcturians through Suzanne Lie, Nov. 8, 2013.)

One comment

  1. Reblogged this on Awaken Lifeform and commented:
    Huge difference is a solid stillness that only will break if you yourself create a thought in it. Silence is the normal, without any mental noise. So it was given to beings with dense matter brain, but manipulated on earth.


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